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Barnack's Monthly for January 2019 is Something Red.

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Rotes Rathaus ("Red Town Hall") and Fernsehturm (TV Tower), former East Berlin

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Berlin, Potsdammer Platz (hope it isn't a double post)

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•  Suspension Railway Wuppertal  •  Station  •  II/IV  •


•  Leica M 8.2  •  'cron 28  •  LR 5  •  Graph. Conv.  •  Wuppertal  •  Nov. 2014.  • Edited by mnutzer

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